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Facebook has been discovered to hold an empty office in the Dutch city of Amsterdam, sparking discussion about whether the company is using it to avoid taxation.
The city of Amsterdam's administration will spend a total of $393,900 next year evaluating Linux on the desktop. The Amsterdam city council said that "the use of open software can ensure better exchange of data...